Welcome to Librarium Online!
Join our community of 80,000+ members and take part in the number one resource for Warhammer and Warhammer 40K discussion!
Registering gives you full access to take part in discussions, upload pictures, contact other members and search everything!
Ok, so I got the full range of this paint but I am currently having a slight problem. When I put some on my pallet and add water the two seperate, even the glaze medium does with the paint.
Now, would adding a little bit of washing up liquid solve this problem you think or is there something wrong?
Vallejo's tend to need more shaking than others for sure - though the game colors are very similar to the GW paints and a lot thinner. Are you stirring the paint well enough after putting a little water in? I haven't really experienced a separation issue with the game color alone. I alwasy stir the mixture I use with a toothpick until it is all blended together.
The mixture I use is 40% water, 40% Future floor wax, 20% liquitex extender. Though water alone shouldn't be causing this.
The only real time that I saw separation between the paint was when mixing the vallejo Model color with the game color. But again vigorously stirring it with a toothpick and then occasionally re-stirring it fixed this issue.
Hope this helps.
Sure separation in the pot. I meant separation while adding water etc. Sorry. Shake those pots well though!Originally Posted by Gareth
Fresh water, change it every so often but like I said on the pallet it seems to seprate leaving me having to mix constantly. Annoying this problem.
My vallejo paints don't separate from the water I use kuffy, I do find they dry fairly quickly but I think some flow extender/wet pallete will fix that.
Have you gotten onto Vallejo customer services?
My Blog: http://thepaintingpauper.blogspot.com
CMoN Gallery: http://www.coolminiornot.com/artist/paintingpauper